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  • Young Entrepreneurs: Why Pricing Is Important

    Posted in: Career, Life, Young Entrepreneurs

    “All I care about is the dollars and cents.” That was the opening line from one of my mentors after I told her I was starting a new business venture. To be honest, the brashness caught me off guard. Did she not want to hear about my amazing product and how I wanted to market it? No, she didn’t. She told me too many entrepreneurs get caught up in the idea instead of focusing on making money.

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  • Buzz Worthy: Youth Marketing Expert Tina Wells

    Posted in: Entrepreneurship, Inspiration, Young Entrepreneurs

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    by Syreeta

    Ironically, in this age of social media and oversharing, it’s hard for me to find inspiration. In the midst of all the clutter I find myself shying away from the social media world and jumping back into the real world. I’ve been on a search for real people, doing real things to “follow” (or show my support). One of those people is Tina Wells, whom I discovered when my mom alerted me to an article on her in Uptown magazine. To be honest, I ripped the article from the magazine (the first time I’ve done that in months, if not years) after reading of her accomplishments.

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  • Sex & The Start-Up: Joining Forces

    Posted in: Life, MOSAM-- USE Originals, Young Entrepreneurs

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    Have you been following our Sex & The Start-Up series? This week our series focuses on our sisterhood and the bond between women. More specifically, how that bond could be used to develop a business. If you’re looking for inspiration as to the type of business you should start, look to your friends. What struggles do you have in common that could be used to help someone else? What skills can be used? We have a few answers for you:

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  • One Job Feeds My Heart, The Other My Belly

    Posted in: News, Uncategorized, Young Entrepreneurs

    As a dreamer, you’ll often find yourself pulling double duty. The main objective of a dreamer is to ditch the duality of living in both your dream and reality, and make your dream a reality. But in the meantime, one of the tasks that dreamers juggle most is working at a 9-5 while working on their dream. It’s not an easy task, but there are benefits to doing both:

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  • Sex & The Start-Up: Capitalize Off Your ‘Weird’

    Posted in: Entrepreneurship, Inspiration, Young Entrepreneurs

    weird is rad

    by Syreeta

    We’re all weird. It’s time we just admit it. For years we’ve been hinding our weirdness from others. We bring it out for only a select few and for others we try our best to be as “normal” as possible. In 2013, weird is the new cool. If you don’t believe me then look at pop culture. Weirdos are cashing in. It’s time you capitalize off your weird. In the MosaMuse series Sex & The Start Up we give you ladies tips and little nudges to get you started on the path of entrepreneurship. A lot of people don’t become entrepreneurs because they think they need a grand idea. I’m here to tell you, your weird is just enough. Check it out:

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  • Fail Until You Succeed

    Posted in: Career, Inspiration, Young Entrepreneurs

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    The reason why most people don’t pursue the life they dream of is because they are afraid of failing. Before they ever start on their path, they stop. In actuality, their fear failed them. In order to succeed you have to overcome your fear of failing and make the decision that whether or not you fail at certain points along the journey, you will continue to pursue your dream. You must choose to fail until you succeed. But that’s easier said than done. We’ll help you get more comfortable with the idea:

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  • Is Technology To Blame for Our “Creativity Crisis”?

    Posted in: Life, Life Architect, Young Entrepreneurs

    creativity crisis

    A  Newsweek article titled “The Creativity Crisis” reported that creativity has declined in children since 1980. We often look at the development of technology to showcase how progressive our culture has become. But is technology breeding more fans than innovators? It seems as if the majority of our culture is waiting for the next best thing instead of creating it. In terms of social media, we’ve accepted being a culture of ‘followers’.

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  • Power Girl Of The Day: CEO of Nasty Gal

    Posted in: Career, Inspiration, Young Entrepreneurs

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    NastyGal.com CEO Sophia Amoruso started receiving requests for her vintage finds on MySpace around the age of 22. The number of requests and feedback from customers inspired her to go into the online retail business and she began an ebay store. Within a year she received financial backing from a venture capitalist for $9 million. By 2011  revenue reached $24 million. The style of clothing is young, fun, and body conscious. Sophia Amoruso tapped into youth culture with NastyGal, and has taken it all the way to the BANK.

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  • Thinking About Starting A Business? We Can Help!

    Posted in: Career, News, Young Entrepreneurs

    thinking about starting a business

    Here at MosaMuse… we have a thing for entrepreneurship. We also know that many people have ideas, but aren’t sure how to get started in the right direction. That’s where we come in. Click ‘more’ for a blueprint for getting yourself on the right track:

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  • Female Entrepreneur Lena Dunham Cashes In On Book Deal

    Posted in: Career, News, Young Entrepreneurs

     

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    You may know Lena Dunham from her work on HBO’s ‘Girl’, but we can now add author to her list of credentials. Cashing in on the fame, Lena recently signed a book deal with Random House worth a reported $3.7 million. Yes, that’s about $56,000 per page for a 66 page book (according to Gawker). Sounds impressive… let’s learn a bit more about the entrepreneur:

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    I’ve been a Beyonce fan since the 8th grade. From Writings on the Wall to Lemonade – I’ve nodded my head, cried, danced, smiled wagged my finger, snapped my neck, and screamed

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